I have been sent a 20 cm round casserole pot by McArthurGlen Designer Outlets The centres stock a variety of luxury, designer and premium brands, but reduced by up to 70%. For cookware this includes: Le Creuset, ONEIDA, Viners, ProCook and Amefa to name a few.
McArthurGlen have challenged me to a recipe fight off against another 4 bloggers and my recipe will be judged by a Le Creuset chef who will score each recipe out of 20 and award points (out of 5) to the following categories:
– Creativity and innovation
– Cooking expertise
– Social votes
After much pondering on a winning recipe – I can’t wait to try baking bread in my pot – I have gone for a simple everyday recipe to help busy girls out there put a nutritious meal on the table that will suit all of the family, can be done in half an hour and is an economical meal to produce and I’m calling it – very ingeniously Farmhouse Chicken. My prize, should I be so lucky to win, will be a £250 Le Creuset voucher
What’s in it for you?
Everyone who votes my recipe via Twitter will also be entered into a prize draw to win a £50 Le Creuset voucher – so there’s also a good reason for you to get involved too. @LeCreusetUK click on the link and get voting now!
Brown the chicken pieces on both sides in a frying pan with the skin on for about 10 minutes until golden coloured. Place in your casserole dish
In the same frying pan prepare your soffritto – onion, carrots, celery and garlic finely chopped – sweat them until they are soft for about 5 minutes and then add to your casserole dish.
Add the chopped fresh tomatoes
Add the glass of wine and the tin of tomatoes, the salt and pepper, rosemary and parsley, stir well, cover and cook for at least 30 minutes
Serve with new potatoes or chunks of fresh bread – maybe made in another pot, but that’s another post ;)
Now please please spread the word and ask everyone to vote for my recipe :)